1 1/44 PRODUCT SERV I CEProduction monitoredSafety testedUSE AND MAINTENANCE MANUALSILENT ELECTRIC ROSILENT ELECTRIC ROSILENT ELECTRIC ROSILENT ELECTRIC ROSILENT ELECTRIC ROTTTTTARARARARARY screw COMPRESSORSY screw COMPRESSORSY screw COMPRESSORSY screw COMPRESSORSY screw COMPRESSORSWARNING: Read this MANUAL carefully and in full before using the INFORMATIONRead all the operational instructions, safety recommendations and all warnings provided in the instruction accidents encountered when using the compressor are merely due to the failed observance of basic are prevented by foreseeing potentially hazardous situations and observing the appropriate fundamental safety standards are listed in the SAFETY section of this MANUAL and also in the section involvingthe use and MAINTENANCE of the situations to be avoided in order to prevent serious personal injuries and machine damages are listedin the WARNINGS section of the instruction MANUAL or are actually printed on the use the compressor improperly but only as recommended by the Manufacturer reserves the right to up-date the technical information given in this MANUAL without to read and use the instruction MANUAL .
2 Of the MANUAL .. the MANUAL .. the MANUAL .. used .. 61 General information .. data of the manufacturer and the compressor .. on machine technical/ MAINTENANCE safety warnings .. 72 Preliminary machine information .. description .. use .. data .. 113 Transport, Handling, and handling the packed and unpacking .. the packed and unpacked compressor .. 134 Installation .. surrounding conditions .. required for MAINTENANCE .. the compressor .. the compressor to the sources of energy and relative the compressor to the electrical mains power supply .. to the pneumatic mains ( compressor a on the ground) .. 195 Using the compressor .. to use the compressor .. , indicators and safety devices of the compressor .. panel .. control the efficiency of the safety devices before starting .. 254 the compressor .. the compressor .. 266 compressor relative to inspections and MAINTENANCE jobs.. the oil.
3 The oil filter cartridge .. the filter cartridge of the oil separator .. the air filter cartridge .. the the belt .. the air/oli radiator .. the dust-removal the electric motor .. the condensate .. the alarm status/inconveniences-faults .. 347 Drawings and diagrams .. diagrams .. diagrams .. 405/44 FOREWORD0 GBMaintenance to read and use the instruction of the manualThis INSTRUCTION MANUAL has been written to guide you through the INSTALLATION, USE andMAINTENANCE of the compressor recommend that you strictly observe all the indications given within as the ideal operational efficiencyand lasting wear of the compressor depend on the correct use and methodical application of themaintenance instructions given that when any doubts or inconveniences arise it is a good rule to always contact theAUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRES. They are at your complete disposal for any explanations or Manufacturer therefore declines all liabilities regarding the incorrect use and poor MAINTENANCE of INSTRUCTION MANUAL is integral part of the that any up-dates forwarded by the Manufacturer are actually added to the the compressor is sold on at a later date the MANUAL must be given to the new the manualUse and read the MANUAL with care being careful not to damage any part of not remove, tear or re-write any parts of the MANUAL for any reason the MANUAL in a dry and sheltered the manualThis instruction MANUAL is made up of the following.
4 FRONT COVER WITH MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DETAILED INDEX INSTRUCTIONS AND/OR NOTES ON THE COMPRESSORThe model and serial number of the compressor to which the MANUAL refers and that you have purchasedis found on the FRONT various SECTIONS in which all the notes relative to a certain subject are found in the the INSTRUCTIONS AND/OR NOTES ON THE compressor aim at pointing out safety warningsand procedures required to use the compressor usedThe SYMBOLS pointed out below are used throughout this MANUAL and their purpose is that of drawing theoperator s attention, informing the latter how to behave and how to proceed in each operational THE INSTRUCTION MANUALRead the use and MAINTENANCE MANUAL carefully before installing and starting HAZARDOUS SITUATIONAn additional note will point out the type of hazard of the indications:Warning!This points out a potentially hazardous situation, which if ignored, could cause personalinjury and machine !
5 This enhances crucial OF ELECTRIC SHOCKW arning: the electrical power supply of the compressor must be disconnected beforedoing any jobs on the OF SCOLDINGW arning: be careful when touching the compressor as some parts of it could be very INFORMATION11 General data of the manufacturer and the compressorCOMPRESSORIDENTIFICATIONNAMEPL ATE (Example)Silent electric rotary screw on machine technical/ MAINTENANCE serviceWe remind you that our technical service department is at your complete disposal to help you resolve anyproblems that may possibly be encountered, or to provide you with any other information the case of need contact:Our CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SERVICE department or your local constant and efficient performance of the compressor is ensured only if original spare parts are recommend therefore that you strictly observe the indications provided in the MAINTENANCE sectionand to use EXCLUSIVELY original spare use of NON ORIGINAL spare parts automatically annuls the safety warningsNote!
6 The procedures provided in this MANUAL have been written to assist the operatorthroughout the use and MAINTENANCE of the INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SAFE USE OF THE COMPRESSORWARNING: THE INAPPROPRIATE USE AND POOR MAINTENANCE OF THIS compressor MAYCAUSE PHYSICAL INJURY TO THE USER. YOU ARE RECOMMENDED TO CAREFULLY FOLLOWTHE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED HEREAFTER TO AVOID SUCH INFORMATION1. DO NOT TOUCH MOVING PARTSN ever put your hands, fingers or other parts of the body near moving parts of the NEVER USE THE compressor WITHOUT THE SAFETY GUARDS FITTEDN ever use the compressor without all the safety guards fitted perfectly in their correct place ( panelling,belt guard, safety valve). If these parts are to be removed for MAINTENANCE or servicing purposes, ensurethat they are put back in their original place perfectly before using the compressor ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GOGGLESA lways wear goggles or equivalent eye protection means. Never direct compressed air towards any partof your body or that of PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCKSA void accidentally touching the metal parts of the compressor with your body, such as pipes, the tank ormetal parts connected to earth.
7 Never use the compressor where there is water or in damp DISCONNECT THE COMPRESSORD isconnect the compressor from the electric power supply and completely discharge the pressure from thetank before carrying out any service, inspection, MAINTENANCE , cleaning, replacing or inspection jobs ofeach ACCIDENTAL START-UPNever move the compressor while it is connected to the electrical power supply or when the tank ispressurised. Ensure that the main switch is turned OFF before connecting the compressor to the electricalpower STORE THE compressor APPROPRIATELYWhen the compressor is not in use, it must be stored in a dry room away from atmospheric agents. Keepit out of children s OPERATIONAL AREAKeep the work area clean and remove any tools that are not required. Keep the work area sufficientlyventilated. Never use the compressor in the presence of flammable liquids or gas. The compressor mayproduce sparks while running. Do not use the compressor where there may be paints, gasoline, chemicalcompounds, glues and any other flammable or explosive KEEP THE compressor OUT OF CHILDREN S REACHP revent children or anyone else from touching the power supply cable of the compressor .
8 All outsiders mustbe kept at a safe distance from the operational CLOTHESDo not wear unsuitable clothing, ties or jewellery as these may get caught up in moving parts. Wear capsto cover your hair if FOR THE POWER SUPPLY CABLEDo not disconnect the power supply plug by pulling on the cable. Keep the cable away from heat, oil andsharp edges. Do not stand on the electrical cable or squash it under heavy AFTER THE compressor WITH CAREF ollow the MAINTENANCE instructions. Inspect the power supply cable on a periodic basis and if damaged it mustbe repaired or replaced by an authorised service centre. Visually check the outside appearance of thecompressor, ensuring that there are no visual anomalies. Contact your nearest service centre if EXTENSIONS FOR OUTDOOR USEWhen the compressor is used outdoors, use only electrical extensions manufactured for outdoor use andmarked as attention to everything you do. Use your common not use the compressor if you are tired.
9 The compressor must never be used if you are under the effectof alcohol, drugs or medicines, which could make you FAULTY PARTS OR AIR LEAKSB efore using the compressor again, if a safety guard or other parts are damaged, they must be checked carefullyto evaluate whether they may operate as established in complete safety. Check the alignment of moving parts,hoses, gauges, pressure reducers, pneumatic connections and every other part that may be crucial for the normaloperational efficiency of the compressor . All damaged parts must be properly repaired or replaced by anauthorised service centre or replaced following the instructions provided in instruction THE compressor EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE APPLICATIONS SPECIFIED IN THISINSTRUCTION compressor is a machine that produces compressed use the compressor for purposes other than those specified in the instruction THE compressor CORRECTLYO perate the compressor in compliance with the instructions provided in this MANUAL .
10 Do not allow childrento use the compressor or those who are not familiar with THAT EACH screw , BOLT AND GUARD IS FIRMLY SECURED IN THE IN-TAKE GRIDS CLEANKeep the motor ventilation grids clean. Regularly clean these grids if the work area is particularly THE compressor AT THE RATED VOLTAGEO perate the compressor at the voltage specified on the electric data plate. You could damage or burn-outthe motor and other electric components if the compressor is operated at a higher or lower voltage than itsrated USE THE compressor IF IT IS FAULTYIf the compressor is noisy or vibrates excessively when running or it seems to be faulty, stop it immediatelyand check its efficiency or contact your nearest authorised service NOT CLEAN PLASTIC PARTS USING SOLVENTSS olvents such as gasoline, thinners, gas oil or other compounds that contain hydrocarbons may damagethe plastic parts. Clean them with a soft cloth and soapy water or other suitable ORGINAL SPARE PARTS ONLYThe use of non-original spare parts involves the annulment of the guarantee and the abnormal runningconditions of the compressor .